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To Keep Tikes on Wheels Hear
what a practical man says on the subject :
'I ironed a wagon one year ago for my
own use, and before putting on the tires I
filled the felloes with linseed oil; and the
tires have worn out and were never loose.
I ironed a buggy for my own use several
years ago, and the tires are now as tight
as when put on. My method of filling
the felloes with oil is as foljows: I use a
long cast-iron heater, made for the pur
pose. The oil is brought to a boiling
he;it, the wheel is placet! on a stick, .so as
to hang in the oil each felloe, an hour for
a common-sized felloe. The timber should
Ive drv, as green timber will not take oil.
Care should be taken that the oil be no
hotter than a boiling heat, in order that
the timber be not burnt. Timber filled
with oil is not susceptible to water, and
the timber 13 much more durable. I was
much amused some years ago, when I
told the blacksmith how to keep the tire
tight on wheels, by his telling me it was
a profitable business to tighten tires, and
the wagon-maker will say that it is profit
able to him to make and repair wheels;
but what will the farmer who supports
the wheelwright and smith say?
Active Manure. One of the most
active manures, and readily within the
reach of most farmers, is a mixture of
leached ashes, plaster and night soil, mix
ed with fine soil. Let them be thorough
ly worked over on a euiooth spot, and al
lowed to stand a week before using, work
ing it over every other day, and you have
a most valuable manure at trifling cost of
time. . A handful of this mixture in 1
hill is excellent to give corn a start. Po
tatoes and garden vegetables generally
feel it very quick. lien manure 13 an ex
cellent ingredient in such manures, but it
should be well slaked with water before
mixing with other substances. In this
climate we have quite often a cold week
cr two the first of June, when coin and
tender garden vegetables sutler severely.
We know of no bettor way to keep up the
courage of plants at this trying season
than by the use of such manures.
The New York World gives a sum
mary of such intelligence as it ha3 receiv
ed in relation to the crops, and remarks
that making due allowance for the well
known fact that unfavorable reports are
the rule and favorable ones the exception
during the spring, when great anxiety is
felt and farmers are disposed to look on
the dark side, it may justly be said that
the prospect for an average crop of wheat
is as good as usual at this season; and
taking the Central and Southern States
into the account, better than for any year
tiucc 18G1. Notwithstanding the predic
tion that the low price of corn would dis
courage its production in the West, an
unusually large breadth has been already
planted in that section, while in Virginia
and other Southern States there will be
more corn grown than in any previous
To KiDtovK Stumps. Mr. Barnes, of
Baltimore, removed a troublesome stump
from near his house in the following
'Last fall, with an inch auger, he bor
ed a hole in the centre of the stump ten
inches deep, and into it put about half a
pound of oil of vitrei, and corked the hole
up tight. This fpring the whole stump
and roots extending through all their ram
ifications, were so rotten that they were
If true, the above would be a cheap
method of removing stumps. The sul
phuric acid can be bought for about live
cents per pound.
Eggs. A correspondent writes: A
hen is a perfect machine which if cared
for as it should be, being kept in comfort
able quarters and fed with care, will pro
duce eggs in spite of itself. If as a rule a
a hen is kept clean (for nothing enjoys
cleanliness more than a hen) and furnish
ed a supply of grain, meat and vegetables,
she will produce the eggs which she has
got to lay or die. Take away the flesh
and vegetables and small grain and give
corn and water alone and your hens will
cease to lay and become fat. Corn in it
self has less of the properties which make
the egg than any of the smaller grains
which we raise. Kice, wheat, barley and
buckwheat are best for eggs.
IVnvi.s. Give hens as much space as
possible, If confined, throwing them fresh
sods daily, as at this season grass will be
a good part of their living. Provide clean
gravel aud lime, and a good dusting box,
and lime-wash the houses, nest boxes,
and roofs frequently. A hen with chick
ens will do Tutle scratching if her feet are
tied up in a little bag or toe of an old
stocking, and the brood will do much good
in the garden.
Lice on Hens and Chickens. Raise
the wings of setting hens, and examine
them closely for vermin. Sometimes lice
annoy hens so grievously, that they will
quit the nest. Apply sweet oil beneath
their wings; and also oil chickens and
youug turkeys tliat are infested with lice.
Lice will sometimes stick around the root
of the bill of turkeys and chickens, in the
skin. Provide a box of dry sand where
they can roll in it ; and lice will find it so
uncomfortable in their feathers, that they
will seek other quarters.
Great Improvement In Sewing
EiTPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE.
PATENTED FEB. 14, 1860.
01 1 536 Broadway, New York.
Salesrooms, j25Q Wasbinga gt Boston
THIS MACHINE is constructed on en
tirely new principles of mechanism, possess
ing many rare and valuable improvements,
haviDg been examined by the most profound
exparts, and pronounced to be
Simplicity and Perfection Combined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular
action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE
STITCH, which will neither RIP nor
K AVEL, and is alike on both sides ; performs
perfect sewing on every description of
material, from Leather to the finest Nansock
muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the finest number.
H iving neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and
the least possible friction, it runs as smooth
as ghiss, at.! is
Emphatically a Suiidcxx Machine.
It requires FIF1T FEU CENT, less
power to drive it than any other machine in
market. A sirl twelve yeara of nge can
work it steadily, without fatigue cr injury
Its strength and wonderful simplicity of
construction renders it almost- impossible to
get cut of order, aud is GUARANTEED
by the company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who may
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to come and examine this UNRI
IJut in a more especial manner do we
Solicit the patronage of
Jlouj) Si'iu-t Manufac
turers, Shirt a 11 d Bosom
Vest and Pantaloon
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to
enable any person to work this Machine to
their entire "satisfaction.
Agents wanted for all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already
established. Also for Cuba, Mexico, Central
and South America, to whom a liberal
discount will be given.
J. T. Mc ARTHUR & CO.,
53G BroaJvvav, New York.
D. & CO. 250 Washington St., Boston, -921
October 12, 1SC5.
To the Public.
IIEMLOC K AWAKE!
The subscribers take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to the fact that
they have just received at their
NEW STORE, AT LILLY'S STATION,
a lanre and varied stock of
of every btyle,
Hoots and Shoes, Uats and Caps,
FLOUR, BACON, GROCERIES. FISH,
SALT, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
NOTIONS, and in fact any and every
thing usually found ia a country store,
which thev offer at
GREATLY REDUCED TRICES roa CASH.
3- Goods given in exchaage for all kinds
of marketable country prodijgc.
J. il. DYSART & CO.
Hemlock; May 3, 18C6-Sm.
M ARB LB WORKS.
I7I1IE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
J the citizens of Cambria and adjjining
counties, that lie lias just received a stotk
of the finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Establish mcnt.ln Lorello Cambria co., Pa..
Monuments, Tombs, Grace Stones, Table
and Bureau tops, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign, and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order as cheap as they can be purchased
in the city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public'are respectfully invited toghe
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
am confident that my work and prices vill
satisfy any person desiring any thing in my
linn of business.
Now is the time to get a cheap jJb !
Lorotlo, April 12, lSG.ly.
T"JE are now selling Exchange (at New York
j Rates on
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Wales, . Germany, Prussia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wurtemberg,
Baden, Hcssen, Saxony,
Hanover, Belgium, Switzerland,
Holland, Norway and France.
.And Tickets to and from any Port in
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Germany, France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KERR & CO.
Altoona, March 1, lSCG.ly.
JOM !K THOMAS.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
SHOP ON MAIN STT., EBENSBURG,
one door East of Crawford's hotel, and
immediately opposite the store of E. J.
Mills & Co, is prepared to do all work in his
line on short notice and in a workmanlike
The work done at this establishment will
compare favorable with that of any shop in
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or elsewhere in the
country. French Calf, Common Calf, Mo
rocco and all kinds of Leather constantly on
hand. All work warranted to render satis
faction. November 2, 1865.1y.
PURE LIBERTY WniTE LEAD, The
1 Whitest, the most durable and most eco
nomical. Try it ! Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
' ' PHILADELPHIA.
February 8, 1866. ly.
Johnstown Marble "VVorksj
A NEW STOCK
The subscriber has just received a
large and handsome invoice of
Italian and American
comprising the largest and finest;'
stock of the kind ever brought to SA
Johnstown, at his establishment K
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with aa adequate force of experienced and
tkilful workmen,' to execute all kinds of
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones, Ta
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Giundstones on hand
and for sale low.
A room has been opened in Ebeusburg, a
few doors west of Dr. S. S. Christy's Drug
Store, where articles of my manufacture are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at
tention of purchasers is invited.
O" Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance aud work delivered where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
June 7, 18C6.
ber announces to the public, that ho has
repurchased the Ebensburg Foundry and is
prepared to furnish his former customers
and all others with every description of cast
ings usually manufactured at a country es
tablishment, lie will always keep on hand
the best quality of COOKING STOVES, j
PARLOR STOYES, OFFICE STOVES. &c.
Also PLOWS, of the most approved pat
tern. PLOW' POINTS, THRESHING
.uALiiU c. ana an otner articles connect
ed with the business of a Found ry.
He invites the patronage of the public
and. will sell at the most reasonable prices,
for cash or couutry produce.
March 29, 18C5-ly.
in w mil
On Main street, Ebensburg Pa.,
KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, a
general supply of
Envelopes, Writing Ink, Pens, Pencils,
Magazines, and other articles in his line, ail
of which are sold at reasonable rates.
February 8, 18CG.
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cant Stat (Sjjaus,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. November 20th. 1SG1.
A. M'FADDON & BROTHERS.
OLD BRICK WAREHOUSE,
Dealers in all kinds cf
MACKEREL, CORN MEAL,
CODFISH, NAILS & IRON,
LEAD & OILS.
All of which are sold low for cash. "
Uollidaysburg, May 31, 1865-tf
18C6. PHILADELPHIA. ISG6.
HOWELL fc BOUEKE,
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Streets.
N. B. Always in Store, a Large Stock of
LINEN & OIL SHADES.
March 1, 186G.Sm.
AT THE PEX2PA RALROAD DEPOT
MEALS READY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. IL CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 1803. tf .
The Mystery, by Mrs. Wood. The LTeir
ess of Bellefont. By E. Bennett.
William Allair, By Mrs. U. Wood. Col
lege Life, By F. H. Fanor. North Pacific
Exploring Expedition, By A. II. Harbers
ham. . For sale by ... ;
. JAMES MURRAY. ".
CORXEIl GROCERY STOKE.
THOMAS & WMYBR,
Comer of Main and FranUin Streets,
SEEPS constantly on hand a gcneial as
Country Produce, &c. together with Spices,
Pickles, Preserved Fruits, Dried Fruits,
Tobacco, Cigars, &c, all of which will be
sold as cheap as the cheapest. Call and"
examine our stock. Nov. 16, ISCo.ly.
mhe undersiged having purchased and
1 taken possession of the Ebcnburg
Hou.se (formc-ly ocupied by Henry Foster.)
will be happy to receive and accommod
ate his old customers, and all others who
may be disposed to patronize bini. The
Proprietor feels assured from the spacious
HOUSE, STABLE & ether facilities that 1
he can offer at least as good accommo
datiocs as can behad at any other in the
place. He is iu possession of a Iarge.supply
of the choisest liquors with which his bar
will be furnished; his table will be furn
iihed with ali th luxuries of the season, and
he intends by his hospitality and care, to
merit the patrouage of all those who stop
Ebensburg April, 17, 18G1. tf.
If HIT 419 CAP STORE.
II . W. BAMHI8BL,
HAS just returned from the east, where he
has purchased the largest and best assort
HATS AND CAPS
ever brought to Johnstown, together with
an excellent assortment of gentlemen's furn
ishing goods. Alio a fine quality of gentle
men's SHOES AND GAITERS.
His stock consists in part of Drawers, Shirts,
Collars. Handkerchiefs, Necties, Suspenders,
Stockings. Gloves, Umbrellas, Ladies Hats,
Hoods, Leghorn Hats, Hats for children and
youth, together with all sorts of goods usu
ally kept in an establishment of this kind.
His goods are all new. Call and examine
his stock. Don't forget the place, on Main
street, three doors exst of Frazier's Drug
Store. January 18, 1866.tf.
WM. M; LLOYD &L CO.,
B A N K ERS,
ILL transact all legitimate Banking, buy
and sell Government Bonds aud Gold
Interest paid on time deposits.
February 1, 1866.tf.
HEN 11 Y HARPER,
520 Arch -Strcc, Philadelphia,
and superior SILYER PLATED WARE, at
Reduced Prices. March 29, 1806. 3m.
For Sale or Rent.
A FARM containing forty acres, about six
acres of which are cleared, with a pood
house and barn and an excellent orchard
thereon, situate at Mullin Bridge, ou the
Turnpike in Cambria township, Cambria
county, about two miles East of Ebensburg,
is offered for sale or rent. The uncleared
portion of the land is covered with a large
growth of excellent timber, and the entire
farm is well supplied with good vater. For
further information apply to the undersigned
living in Muuster, Minister township Pa.
April 12, lSC6.3t..
der and upper feed. Sent on trial. War
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The Osly machines
sold in the United States for less than $40
which are fully licensed by lloice. Wheeler
II ilson, G rover &? Baker, binyer 4 Co.,
and Bachtdder. All other cheap machines
are injringements and the seller or user are
liable to' arrest, fine and imprisonment.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Address,
or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddeford,
Maine, or Chicago, 111. May 31. lSGG.-ly
The Mason' & Hamlin Cabinet Organs.
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for $80 to $G00 each. FIF
TY-ONE GOLD Oil SILYER MEDALS,
or other first premiums awarded them. Il
lustrated Catolojrncs free. Address, MA
SON & HAMLIN, Boston, or MASON
BROTHERS. New York.
Sept. 6, 18C5.1y.
T ETTERS of Administration cum tcstamen
li to annexo, upon the estate of Richard
Nagle, late of Susquehanna township Cam
bria county, deceased, have been gr.'.nted to
the subscribers, by the Register of Cambria
county. All persons indebted to said estate
will please come forward and pay the same ;
and those having claims against will present
them properly authenticated lor settlement
'JOHN li. .NAGLE.
RICHARD U. NAGLE,
May 17, 18CG-Ct. Executors.
FURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD. Pre
ferred by all practical Painters ! Try it !
and you will have no other. Manufactured
only by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and GIs Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
February 8, 18C6.1yT
CARPENTER'S RHEUMATIC FLUID, for
sale at the Book Store of
Feb. 22, 18C6. JAMES MURRAY.
SI PPfl PER YEAR! We want A cents eve
J.OliU ry where to sell our IMPROVED $20
Sew in 2 Machines. Three new kinds. Un
KONIGSHUHG, PRUSSIA, 13G3,
STETTIN. PRUSSIA. I8SS.
TV r-AAtHfTITinV WTTTT ATT fl,n 1o
1 ins Sewing Machines in lLiliVl'lL, AM)
AM LR1CA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington ; Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Association, Boston;
Ametican Institute, New York; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore; Mechanics Association,
Cincinnati; Kentucky Institute, Louisville ;
Mechanics Insitute, San Francisco: and at
EVERY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
HAVE ALREADY BEEN SOLD,
a fiirt. th;it neaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of Wheeleb & Wil
son s r amily
Ml ITM Sffll elACHKE.
The Cheapest Machine in the World,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothirg in Purchasing.
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
37Circulars, containing an explanation
of the Machine, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest social standing, given on ap
plication, either in person cr by mail.
WM. SUMNER 8l CO.,
Agents for the Western States and Western
Principal office and Wholesale Emporium :
No. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 26, 18C5.
THE undersigned will sell at private sale
the following real estate in Cambria
county, viz :
A tract of land in Washington township,
situate 11 miles frcm Cresson, adjoining
lans of M. M. Adams. Daniel Criste, Hugh
J. M'Closkey, Joseph Criste, Jacob Burgoon,
and others, containing about 313 acres.
Also A piece or parcel of land situate
in the same township, about two miles from
the borough of Wilmore and one mile from
lrtage Station, adjoining lands of P. M'
Cough, Esq., containing NINETY-SIX
ACRES, about sixty acres of which are
cleared, having thereon erected a frame
dwelling house and fracne barn. On this
tract there is a large vein of limestone and a
vein of coal.
A 10 Two contiguous tracts of cord
and tiuiber land, t-iUiate near Summerbill
Station, in Croyle township, containing SCO
acres, fifty of which are cleared, having
thereon erected a dwelling house and baru.
Also A tract of timber land in Black
lick and Carroll townships, containing 317
acres. A branch of tne Blacklick creek and
Dutch run pass through the same. This is
a desirable property.
Also The farm and coal tract formerly
owned by J-hn GiUan, Sr., situate in Black
lick township, about seven miles North-west
of Ebensburg, adjoining lands of the late
John GiUan. Jr., David R iwland, David
Davis, Jr., and Jacob and Peter Wagner,
containing 123 acres, or thereabouts, having
thereon erected a good stone dwelling house
and a log barn. This laud contains an
abundance of coal of a superior quality a
vein 4 feet thick having been opened and
Ai.so A piece or parcel of land situate
in Cambria township, adjoining the a.acient
city of Buleaw, containing 02 acres.
Also A number of lots, dwelling
houses, and pieces or parcels of ground
situate in and near the boro' of Ebensburg.
Also Other lands located in different
parts of the county not above desiamatei.
Ebensburg, Nov. SO, 18G5. tf.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS.
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand and is still manufacturing all articles
in his line such as,
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING BRIDLES,
CHECK LINES, HALTERS. WHIPS,
which he will dispose of at low prices for
His work is all warranted, and being ex
perienced, he puts the best of leather in his
work. Thankful for past favors, he hopes,
by attention to business to merit a continu
ance of the patronage heretofore so liberal
ly extended to him.
Shop above the store of Robert Davis.
Persons wishing good and substantial Har
ness can be accommodated by.
r - HUGIIM'COY,
Ebensburg Dec, 11, 1861-tf.
HELMBOLD'S LUCE 17.
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY ro?.
Irritation of the Neck of the BaJJ-r
fiammaticn of the Kidneys. CatarrL of'
"Bladder, Stranguarj' or 1'ainful UriLat:
For these diseases it.is truly a s .vt
remedy, and too much cannot be m;j -praise.
A bingle do.e has Wea ki.
relieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that : iro-.
pain in the small of the back a:.J thr.
the hips? A teaspoon ful a da v ,1 r
hold's Buchu will relieve ytu.
Physicians and Others,
I make no secret cf ingredient;. H
hold's Extract Buchu is coaipos-e.'. of p,. .'
Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, stke : v.-;
great care, prepared vacuo aud a.Cvrdx t,
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known as the -;
valuable Diuretics afibrdeJ.
Is that which acts upon the ki j;:ev;.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT LL'CIIL
Is pleasant in ta.-te ad odor, free ": a';
injurious properties, and irumcdiite :3 u;
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL.
See Medical Properties contained h. Dj.t..
satory of the U. S., of which tLe LILwIlcj
a correct copy :
Bucuc. its odor is strong, diffuse, &:.
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitteris!;.
analogous to that of mint. It is
chiefly in complaints of the Urinary 0
such as Gravel, Chronic C.it.inh
Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the I, V.
and Urethra, Diseases of the PrMr.r.v. li:
Retention of the Incontinence tf Urh .
a loss of tone in the parts concerted l ::
evacuation. It La alw been rccc r..r;;t-; i;
in Dyspejia, Cnrcnic R!.et:niaus:u. C'iit
ous Affections, and Dr -t-sv."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
See Profi-ssor Dewee's valuable works Ln'-
Practice of Physic.
See Rtni.iris made by the celebrated
riiysic, of Fiuladclphia.
See any and all Standard worka .:
Largest M anitf'aciuriny Chemist
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T. IL'::.!
he occupied the drug store c-p: n.v
residence, and was successful in tn.Iu:::;
the business where ethers hai n t
equally so before him. 1 have been
bly impressed with his character nnl :
terprise. WM. WEIGH T M AN,
(Firm of Powers & Weightman.) Mil.
fact uring Chemists, Nnth and Brtr.-n ."5.
From the PhiVa. Ec. Bulletin, M :rA
We are gratifi-d to hear of the c :.:
success, in New York, i.f our t :.:...
Mr. U. T. Ilehnbold, Drugdst. Ills -next
to the Metropolitan Il-jivd, : :
front, 230 feet deep, and five st
It is certainly a grand establisi.nient.
speaks favorably of the merit ci i.U urt
He retains bis Office and Lat .r;U -ry in
city, which are also model est J.-IisLm-.n:: .
The proprietor has beer, induced t.; rr.s--this
statement from the fact that his
dies, although advertised, are
G E NUINE PREPARATIONS.
And. knowing that the intelligent i-.b'
from using anything pertaining to V"- i-r-or
the Patent Medicine order must o!
are prepared by self styled D .etuis. : '
too ignorant to read a pl.ysici.mV s'.. ;
prescription, much less competent t
pare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of eUccting sab. t.'-
copying parts of advertisements ; ! p
remedies, and finishing with cert:': .'
The Science of Medicine stands SIMi'I"
PURE, and MAJESTIC In.vh. :1V::
its Basis, Induction for it I::..r. T:-'
alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is moct important : and t:
flicted should not use an adverti.v-.i n. :
or any remedy, unless its contents .iy
dients are known to others b-. :is
manufacturer, or until they are s.ttVk
tho qualifications of the party so . ::..
FLUID EXTRACT RUCEl,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAFAKlL'J
" AND IMPROYED ROSE WASH-
Established Upwards f Si-i:n 1.
H. T. HELMB0LP
HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND Ol
CAL WAREHOUSE, 594, Bn-adwa: :,
.o. 1U4 south Tenth Street, rkua-'etpn.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Nov. 30, 1S65. !!:.